I know you are already tired of hearing news from liberals crying over and over again about the Roe v. Wade ruling.

Well, we give you this refreshing headline of the week, wherein another Texas-based company is making a movement on saving the lives of our unborn babies. Rather than what the left is pushing to kill these innocent babies, the company promotes adoption over abortion.

Companies should think about paying people to welcome an unborn child into the world rather than paying them blindly to end that child’s life, according to Peter Rex, the founder, and CEO of Rex, a tech company oriented toward the real estate industry.

Rex has decided to offer up to $7,500 to workers who want to have a child and place it for adoption. Rex slams big companies that brag about offering abortion tourism, which means paying for their employees to travel to other states to get abortions if the procedure becomes illegal in their home state.

Well, Rex is not alone in this fight for life over abortion, an insurance provider with headquarters in Texas named Buffer also pays for adoptions and covers the full cost of childbirth for workers who decide to keep their children.

Here’s what Rex said:

“These businesses are ignoring the possibility that many employees may simply need a little more help to carry their baby to term. Instead of blindly paying people to end an unborn child’s life, companies should consider paying them to welcome that life into the world,” the tech company CEO argues.

“That’s why my business has decided to give up to $7,500 to employees who want to have their baby and give it up for adoption… For me, the motivation for this policy is equal parts personal and professional. On the former front, I am passionately pro-life. Yet there’s also a strong corporate case to be made against abortion.”

Rex argues that there’s a definite link between abortion and mental health issues, which would reduce productivity and job satisfaction at work. He also says advocating abortion is “short-sighted.”

The CEO continues:

“Even if abortion somehow improves a current employee’s life, it also inherently ends another life of promise—that of the unborn child. That means companies are literally limiting the future supply of workers and innovators… If for no other reason than pure self-interest, companies should want to expand the pool of human potential, not shrink it.”

Meanwhile, Apple, Uber, Amazon, Citigroup, CVS Health, JP Morgan, Meta (Facebook), Tesla, Paramount, Patagonia, Microsoft, Paypal, Starbucks, and Disney are just a few of the big players to make this offer to support killing unborn babies.

Sources: DailyWire, Newsweek

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